I saved the easiest D.I.Y. for last. These are so simple, but look so amazing under the tree! I used white butcher paper, (again something I just had around the house) and then went and got some clippings off my boxwoods. If you don’t have boxwoods, don’t fret.You could use magnolia leaves, holly, or whatever else you may have in your yard. If you put the clipping in some water for a day before you put them on your gifts, they will last a really long time. I tied down each sprig with either a plaid ribbon or some red and white twine. You’ll need some sort of twine to thread the beads to create the name tag. I simply threaded the beads and tied the twine tightly around the gift. No glue was required! Again, I just had these beads at the house, but you could use old scrabble pieces, (you would need to glue those), or letter stamps would also be super cute to use on the white paper. Happy gift wrapping friends!